Saturday, January 30, 2016

Party Like There is No Tomorrow

Have you checked out the weekly sketch challenge at SugarPea Designs? There's a talented team of stampers sharing their take on the sketches each Wednesday--and there's a very generous prize up for grabs, too . . .

Party Like There's No Tomorrow card-designed by Lori Tecler/Inking Aloud-stamps from SugarPea Designs
This is my take on last week's sketch.  I used the fun Prehistoric Pals set and coordinating SugarCuts Prehistoric Pals dies to make a birthday card. The set's dino and tree images were colored with Copic markers and cut with the matching dies, then adhered to the oval panel using foam tape.  I stamped the "happy birthday" sentiment at the bottom of the oval panel in black ink.

The image panel was set at the top of a green panel adhered over a pair of teal dotted patterned paper strips.  To bring in the orange from the dino image, I stamped another one of the set's sentiments on a narrow orange cardstock strip and adhered it across the bottom of the green panel.

You can find all of the challenge details on the SPD blog.  You still have a few days to enter to win January's prize!
Materials Used:
Prehistoric Pals stamp set, SugarCuts Prehistoric Pals dies (SugarPea Designs); Memento Tuxedo Black ink (Tsukineko/IMAGINE Crafts); markers (Copic); Kiwi Kiss and Pumpkin Pie cardstock (Stampin' Up!); Aqua Mist, Tropical Teal, and Kraft cardstock (Papertrey Ink); Lime Twist-Out of the Blue 6x6 paper pad (My Mind's Eye); foam tape

1 comment:

  1. This is adorable! Every time I see these images, I just smile and you've created a fabulous card with them.


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